Monthly Archives: August 2016

How can urban school districts like Richmond Public Schools avoid racism allegations?

In a recent article, Richmond Public School students and local civic organizations seek relief that results from racism allegations. Leadership has faltered in not considering that the larger school district is a product of many small school cultures. Richmond Public … Continue reading

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How can Schools eliminate the school discipline racism label?

In a recent article, the challenges with school discipline continues to polarize our communities, scholars, and educators. According to Mortimer Adler, “True freedom is impossible without a mind made free by discipline.” Overcoming the challenges associated with school discipline will ultimately fail without … Continue reading

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Why did the school violence increase in Milwaukee Public Schools?

In a recent article, Milwaukee Public Schools made the decision like many others to abide by a proposed Obama administrator mandate to decrease student expulsions. The mandate has caused many schools to overreact instead of taking a scientific approach. Milwaukee … Continue reading

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What methodology should Antioch Unified District use to examine the African America suspension rate?

In a recent article, a local National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.(NAACP) has filed a lawsuit against the Antioch Unified School District. The lawsuit assert that the school district has reneged on an agreement that would help to … Continue reading

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What is the science of the Raccelerate Formula?

The Raccelerate Formula helps educators reflect on their practice to avoid the atrocities associated with allegations of racism. Educators who have the opportunity to reflect on their practice also have an opportunity to improve education for all students. The Raccelerate … Continue reading

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How can Delaware Public Schools reduce school violence?

In a recent article, school violence has become a primary concern for Delaware Public Schools. This is also a national concern because not only students but many teachers become victims of assaults by students. Reducing school violence in Delaware Public … Continue reading

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